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NARSOL / ACSOL Phone Meeting March 29

NARSOL and ACSOL will once again join forces for a special Action News Alert phone meeting on the afternoon of Sunday, March 29, from 1 to 3 p.m. Pacific Time, 4 to 6 p.m. Eastern Time.

A week ago, NARSOL issued a press release calling for all in-person verification checks of registrants to be suspended during the Coronavirus health crisis. On its blog, NARSOL is providing daily updates of where this is being done and where in-person visits are still required.

During the phone meeting, ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci will provide updates regarding lawsuits in California that challenge in-person registration during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This type of registration puts registrants, their families and the public at increased risk of infection. We hope with this call to identify states where this in-person registration is still being required and to encourage others to seek attorneys willing to file similar suits.

In addition, Larry Neely of NARSOL will provide an update on the status of that organization’s national conference.  Although not required, we ask that you register your intention to attend so we will have an idea of how many callers to expect.

The phone number is 605 313-5169, followed by 957605#. You may call in directly with a telephone or, if you have a speaker and microphone or a headset with a mic, you may access the call through your computer by going to and following the on-screen directions for inputting the number and the code.

We also are going to live stream the call on You Tube. There won’t be any video, just an audio stream, so you can try this if you’d rather not call in. You can use your Roku or ChromeCast and have the call played over your TV.

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@ Janice: I like your idea of wearing a painter’s “bunny suit” to go in and register if one has to do so in person. Maybe write these words on it:
“Do you have COVID-19 ?”
“Do I ??”
“⬅️ Do they ?? ➡️”
“Asymptomatic ???”


How about writing “Got COVID-19?” on your bunny suit?

Yes, that’s certainly works! 👍

@mike r

I whole heartedly agree with you on the Karma issue. Furthermore I would say that there is a direct connection on the mindset of our government and the outbreak here in America. The arrogance of our government, the ignorance and lazy thinking of the masses(that is oppressing us) attributed to allowing the pandemic to reach here. Along with other problems like climate change, a pandemic is a natural consequence to the inflated ego of this institution.

Well Janice I would probably have tosay that also.While we all have ordeals and even things don’t seem to be in sync with characteristics of behavior we can all try to understand this delimna. Yes even my grandmother has a little ordeal with her son. The words she wrote to the Governor at that time were direct and Its suprising also. She flat out out and told the Governor You will reap what you sow but for the sex offenser it seems government doesn’t have any compassion today or to help a mother reclaim her boy or girl from much… Read more »

Yeah still have to take any face protection off for their pic requirement. Janice, that is very interesting that it is not in 290 statute to require in-person reporting ans it is an abuse of discretion to force people into in-person reporting when like you stated, legislature was very specific when in-person reporting is actually required. I really hope even after this pandemic that is pursued further. Does is state it is at the discretion of the registering agency to determine how they get the annual information? Really curious as this is going be included in my state suit when… Read more »

Lot of Karma happening here maybe huh?
Society wants to be ignorant or just plain malicious to individuals and continue to punish and torture so many people bound to be Karma happening. Hate to say it, but I warned everyone that Karma is a fickle lady for sure. Cannot go around torturing people not only here but around the world with this registry and not expect something to happen. Even if there is no direct connection, it could very well be collective Karma….

May I ask you and all the others a question. What would do and say if all this was stopped or how would you deal with this dilemma. What would you say to those advocacy organizations that are fighting for the sex registry to end now. How would you deal with the crisis if it was on your shoulders. Would that be some good feedback Q and A feedback or should we go with name, rank and serial number. I wonder if a judge ever ask that ethical question or who’s on trial today in all this kayo’s plus many… Read more »

While I know that sounds like a strange question to ask We all seem to seek some relief. A person on the NARSOL chat site said in his comment that there are too many facts to sort out. Some of you would rather travel however way you get their, some would rather tell the government to shove it, and some really are so petrified that they wouldnt’ know what to do. Maybe mother nature is telling the whole world to slow down or do family crisis’s come up in life. Sure you all that are married want to be able… Read more »

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